Yesterday there was a general election in Ireland, so the count is on today. While independent sites, such as IrishElection.com are making full use of online media, the party websites are relatively static: Fianna Fail - no update in the last two days Fine Gael - same as FF Sinn Fein - seems to have some video from yesterday Labour - is being updated … [Read more...] about Irish Political Parties And The Election
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We've been using Skytel for the last couple of years to handle all our voice traffic including our 1850 number. Unfortunately the level of service has been declining and is no longer reliable (Our 1850 number has been offline for the last two days!!) Can anyone suggest any alternatives? … [Read more...] about Alternatives To Skytel?
Next week will see the official launch of Enum in Ireland. So what exactly is enum? ENUM unifies traditional telephony and next-generation IP networks, and provides a critical framework for mapping and processing diverse network addresses. It transforms the telephone number—the most basic and commonly-used communications address—into a universal identifier that can be used … [Read more...] about Enum Going Live in Ireland
I was just playing around with the new interface for Google Analytics and decided to email myself a report. It's a nice little feature, but there is a serious downside to their implementation. Instead of sending the email from a Google domain (it's not as if they have a shortage) they send it from your email address. While this may seem logical at face value it has serious … [Read more...] about Google Doesn’t Respect Email
I get alerts when certain keyphrases are mentioned in articles, so this morning I was drawn to SiliconRepublic.com. SiliconRepublic.com fancy themselves as being a competitor for the likes of eWeek and other well known and respected online publications. However, unlike eWeek, SiliconRepublic's writers don't seem to have "got" the entire concept of hyperlinks. An article I was … [Read more...] about Hyperlinks and Online Publications – Silicon Republic Don’t Get it!